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CanadaGrandmother, 79, dead after Oakville drowning; child in critical condition

02:31  11 july  2019
02:31  11 july  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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Medics rushed the child to UCSF Benioff Children ’s Hospital in Oakland, after ambulances initially took the child to Sutter Delta Medical Center, authorities said. Fire crews with paramedics and police were dispatched around 3:35 p.m. Sunday to a reported drowning on Smokey Court. Antioch police Lt.

An elderly woman is dead and her four-year-old granddaughter is in critical condition after what police describe as a drowning incident in Oakville Wednesday afternoon.

Halton police were called to a home on Yarmouth Crescent shortly afternoon for reports that the elderly woman and toddler were face down in the family in-ground pool.

Sgt. Paul Davies said the child's mother had just gone to make lunch and returned to find the pair unconscious.

"We're talking not even 10 minutes that she was gone," Davies said.

Grandmother, 79, dead after Oakville drowning; child in critical condition © Jeremy Cohn/CBC Halton police were called to a home on Yarmouth Crescent Wednesday afternoon for reports that the elderly woman and toddler were face down in the family in-ground pool.

Officers tried to save her, but the 79-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene.

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A woman and toddler are dead after a car crash May 4, 2017, at County Road 512 and 79 th Street in Fellsmere. FELLSMERE — A woman and a toddler died and another child has critical injuries after a David E. Yarrington, 4, of Fellsmere, remains in critical condition at Sebastian River Medical

Stewart said the child was in critical condition . FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A girl was taken to Northwest Arkansas Children ’s Hospital after nearly drowning Friday (June 8) afternoon at the Boys and Girls Club, according to Central EMS Chief Becky Stewart.

Police say the child regained consciousness before police arrived, and was taken to McMaster Children's Hospital in Hamilton for treatment.

The coroner will be investigating if any medical episode might have contributed to the woman's death.

"There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding this tragic incident at this time," police said in a news release.

Neither police nor the coroner are providing any other details, but the force is reminding the public that children should always wear proper floatation devices near pools or other bodies of water.

Grandmother, 79, dead after Oakville drowning; child in critical condition © Jeremy Cohn/CBC Officers tried to save her life, but the 79-year-old was pronounced dead on scene.

Police also are advising parents to make sure that "adults of vulnerable stature are capable of supervising young children in such environments."

Man drowns in backyard pool in Hamilton.
A 30-year old man has died after being pulled from backyard pool in Hamilton — the third drowning in less than two weeks in the area. Emergency crews were called just before 9 p.m. on July 15 to a home on Proctor Blvd. near Dunsmure Rd. The man, who was visiting from the U.S., had been swimming alone in the pool while the homeowner was out front, Hamilton police said. When the owner returned to the backyard he found the man at the bottom of the pool. The man jumped in the pool and pulled out the 30-year-old, police said. With the help of a neighbour they performed CPR and called 911. Police were the first to arrive, taking over CPR, followed soon by Hamilton Paramedic Service.

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